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Official 2016 NFL Draft order

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The official 2016 NFL Draft order, as released by the NFL Tuesday.

Round One is April 28. Rounds Two and Three are April 29, and the draft concludes April 30.

ROUND ONE

1- 1- 1 Tennessee
1- 2- 2 Cleveland
1- 3- 3 San Diego
1- 4- 4 Dallas
1- 5- 5 Jacksonville
1- 6- 6 Baltimore
1- 7- 7 San Francisco
1- 8- 8 Philadelphia from Miami
1- 9- 9 Tampa Bay
1-10-10 New York Giants
1-11-11 Chicago
1-12-12 New Orleans
1-13-13 Miami from Philadelphia
1-14-14 Oakland
1-15-15 Los Angeles
1-16-16 Detroit
1-17-17 Atlanta
1-18-18 Indianapolis
1-19-19 Buffalo
1-20-20 New York Jets
1-21-21 Washington
1-22-22 Houston
1-23-23 Minnesota
1-24-24 Cincinnati
1-25-25 Pittsburgh
1-26-26 Seattle
1-27-27 Green Bay
1-28-28 Kansas City
1-29- New England (Forfeited)
1-30-29 Arizona
1-31-30 Carolina
1-32-31 Denver

ROUND TWO

2- 1-32 Cleveland
2- 2-33 Tennessee
2- 3-34 Dallas
2- 4-35 San Diego
2- 5-36 Baltimore
2- 6-37 San Francisco
2- 7-38 Jacksonville
2- 8-39 Tampa Bay
2- 9-40 New York Giants
2-10-41 Chicago
2-11-42 Miami
2-12-43 Los Angeles from Philadelphia
2-13-44 Oakland
2-14-45 Los Angeles
2-15-46 Detroit
2-16-47 New Orleans
2-17-48 Indianapolis
2-18-49 Buffalo
2-19-50 Atlanta
2-20-51 New York Jets
2-21-52 Houston
2-22-53 Washington
2-23-54 Minnesota
2-24-55 Cincinnati
2-25-56 Seattle
2-26-57 Green Bay
2-27-58 Pittsburgh
2-28-59 Kansas City
2-29-60 New England
2-30-61 New England from Arizona
2-31-62 Carolina
2-32-63 Denver

ROUND THREE

3- 1-64 Tennessee
3- 2-65 Cleveland
3- 3-66 San Diego
3- 4-67 Dallas
3- 5-68 San Francisco
3- 6-69 Jacksonville
3- 7-70 Baltimore
3- 8-71 New York Giants
3- 9-72 Chicago
3-10-73 Miami
3-11-74 Tampa Bay
3-12-75 Oakland
3-13-76 Los Angeles
3-14-77 Philadelphia from Detroit
3-15-78 New Orleans
3-16-79 Philadelphia
3-17-80 Buffalo
3-18-81 Atlanta
3-19-82 Indianapolis
3-20-83 New York Jets
3-21-84 Washington
3-22-85 Houston
3-23-86 Minnesota
3-24-87 Cincinnati
3-25-88 Green Bay
3-26-89 Pittsburgh
3-27-90 Seattle
3-28- Kansas City (Forfeited)
3-29-91 New England
3-30-92 Arizona
3-31-93 Carolina
3-32-94 Denver
3-33-95 Detroit (Compensatory Selection)
3-34-96 New England (Compensatory Selection)
3-35-97 Seattle (Compensatory Selection)
3-36-98 Denver (Compensatory Selection)

ROUND FOUR

4- 1- 99 Cleveland
4- 2-100 Philadelphia from Tennessee
4- 3-101 Dallas
4- 4-102 San Diego
4- 5-103 Jacksonville
4- 6-104 Baltimore
4- 7-105 San Francisco
4- 8-106 Chicago
4- 9-107 Miami
4-10-108 Tampa Bay
4-11-109 New York Giants
4-12-110 Los Angeles
4-13-111 Detroit
4-14-112 New Orleans
4-15-113 Tennessee from Philadelphia
4-16-114 Oakland
4-17-115 Atlanta
4-18-116 Indianapolis
4-19-117 Buffalo
4-20-118 New York Jets
4-21-119 Houston
4-22-120 Washington
4-23-121 Minnesota
4-24-122 Cincinnati
4-25-123 Pittsburgh
4-26-124 Seattle
4-27-125 Green Bay
4-28-126 Kansas City
4-29-127 Chicago from New England
4-30-128 Arizona
4-31-129 Carolina
4-32-130 Baltimore from Denver
4-33-131 Green Bay (Compensatory Selection)
4-34-132 Baltimore (Compensatory Selection)
4-35-133 San Francisco (Compensatory Selection)
4-36-134 Baltimore (Compensatory Selection)
4-37-135 Dallas (Compensatory Selection)
4-38-136 Denver (Compensatory Selection)
4-39-137 Green Bay (Compensatory Selection)
4-40-138 Cleveland (Compensatory Selection)
4-41-139 Buffalo (Compensatory Selection)

ROUND FIVE

5- 1-140 Tennessee
5- 2-141 Cleveland
5- 3-142 San Francisco from San Diego
5- 4-143 Oakland from Dallas
5- 5-144 Denver from Baltimore
5- 6-145 San Francisco
5- 7-146 Jacksonville
5- 8-147 Miami
5- 9-148 Tampa Bay
5-10-149 New York Giants
5-11-150 Chicago
5-12-151 Detroit
5-13-152 New Orleans
5-14-153 Philadelphia
5-15-154 Oakland
5-16- Los Angeles (Exercised in Supplemental Draft)
5-17-155 Indianapolis
5-18-156 Buffalo
5-19- Atlanta (Forfeited)
5-20-157 New York Jets
5-21-158 Washington
5-22-159 Houston
5-23-160 Minnesota
5-24-161 Cincinnati
5-25-162 Kansas City from Seattle
5-26-163 Green Bay
5-27-164 Philadelphia from Pittsburgh
5-28-165 Kansas City
5-29-166 Houston from New England
5-30-167 Arizona
5-31-168 Carolina
5-32-169 Detroit from Denver
5-33-170 Arizona (Compensatory Selection)
5-34-171 Seattle (Compensatory Selection)
5-35-172 Cleveland (Compensatory Selection)
5-36-173 Cleveland (Compensatory Selection)
5-37-174 San Francisco (Compensatory Selection)
5-38-175 San Diego (Compensatory Selection)

ROUND SIX

6- 1-176 Cleveland
6- 2-177 Tennessee
6- 3-178 San Francisco from Dallas
6- 4-179 San Diego
6- 5-180 Minnesota from San Francisco
6- 6-181 Jacksonville
6- 7-182 Baltimore
6- 8-183 Tampa Bay
6- 9-184 New York Giants
6-10-185 Chicago
6-11-186 Miami
6-12-187 Washington from New Orleans
6-13-188 Philadelphia
6-14-189 Dallas from Oakland
6-15-190 Los Angeles
6-16-191 Detroit
6-17-192 Buffalo
6-18-193 Tennessee from Atlanta
6-19-194 Oakland from Indianapolis
6-20-195 Houston from New York Jets
6-21-196 New England from Houston
6-22-197 Tampa Bay from Washington
6-23-198 San Diego from Minnesota
6-24-199 Cincinnati
6-25-200 Green Bay
6-26-201 Jacksonville from Pittsburgh
6-27-202 Detroit from Seattle
6-28-203 Kansas City
6-29-204 New England reacquired from Chicago
6-30-205 Arizona
6-31-206 Chicago from Carolina
6-32-207 San Francisco from Denver
6-33-208 New England (Compensatory Selection)
6-34-209 Baltimore (Compensatory Selection)
6-35-210 Detroit (Compensatory Selection)
6-36-211 San Francisco (Compensatory Selection)
6-37-212 Dallas (Compensatory Selection)
6-38-213 San Francisco (Compensatory Selection)
6-39-214 New England (Compensatory Selection)
6-40-215 Seattle (Compensatory Selection)
6-41-216 Dallas (Compensatory Selection)
6-42-217 Dallas (Compensatory Selection)
6-43-218 Buffalo (Compensatory Selection)
6-44-219 Denver (Compensatory Selection)
6-45-220 Pittsburgh (Compensatory Selection)
6-46-221 New England (Compensatory Selection)

ROUND SEVEN

7- 1-222 Tennessee
7- 2-223 Cleveland
7- 3-224 San Diego
7- 4-225 Seattle from Dallas
7- 5-226 Jacksonville
7- 6-227 Miami from Baltimore
7- 7-228 Denver from San Francisco
7- 8-229 Pittsburgh from New York Giants
7- 9-230 Chicago
7-10-231 Miami
7-11-232 Washington from Tampa Bay
7-12-233 Philadelphia
7-13-234 Oakland
7-14-235 Denver from Los Angeles through Houston
7-15-236 Detroit
7-16-237 New Orleans
7-17-238 Atlanta
7-18-239 Indianapolis
7-19-240 Minnesota from Buffalo
7-20-241 New York Jets
7-21-242 Washington
7-22-243 New England from Houston
7-23-244 Minnesota
7-24-245 Cincinnati
7-25-246 Pittsburgh
7-26-247 Seattle
7-27-248 Green Bay
7-28-249 Kansas City
7-29-250 New England
7-30-251 Philadelphia from Arizona
7-31-252 Carolina
7-32-253 Denver

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18 Responses to “Official 2016 NFL Draft order”
  1. eazeback says: Mar 29, 2016 11:53 AM

    Dallas better not mess this up! We’re in a perfect picking position, tons of value picks to be had

  2. simplegodfather says: Mar 29, 2016 11:57 AM

    How did Brown got ahead of Titans in 2nd round? I thought it was done in fashion order, and Brown hasn’t trade it…

  3. dwoofer says: Mar 29, 2016 11:58 AM

    It’s great to see “Los Angeles” listed !

  4. granadafan says: Mar 29, 2016 12:32 PM

    It will be interesting to see how the agent of the 32nd pick negotiates: First or second round money. Technically, it’s the 2nd round but would have been the 1st round.

  5. omegalh says: Mar 29, 2016 12:45 PM

    I never understood why the draft wasn’t 10+ rounds. Seems like the UFA thing should be marginalized since the draft is so big.

  6. zerodime says: Mar 29, 2016 1:22 PM

    “simplegodfather says:
    Mar 29, 2016 11:57 AM

    How did Brown got ahead of Titans in 2nd round? I thought it was done in fashion order, and Brown hasn’t trade it…”

    Browns and Titans had the same number of wins (or lack of wins) Titans got the number 1 pick off strength of schedule. Teams tied for number of wins alternate in later rounds. This has always been the case. Look at San Diego and Dallas, they flip in round 2 also.

  7. fanaticks says: Mar 29, 2016 1:34 PM

    simplegodfather says:
    Mar 29, 2016 11:57 AM

    How did Brown got ahead of Titans in 2nd round? I thought it was done in fashion order, and Brown hasn’t trade it…
    —————————————
    Teams with identical records from the year before, swap positions each round. When you have more than 2 teams, it is like a round-robin of sorts as the order keeps adjusting round by round until you make it back to the top again.

  8. fanaticks says: Mar 29, 2016 2:43 PM

    Looking at this draft:

    — 8 clusters of teams will be rotating picks
    — Only Cincinnati will be drafting each round at the assigned pick slot
    — KC would of but they forfeited round 5
    — SF has the most picks with 12
    — Atl has the fewest with 5
    — NE has 11 picks but no picks in rounds 1, 4 & 5
    — NE & LA have 2 picks in the 2nd round
    — Bal has 4 picks in the 4th round
    — Cle has 3 picks in the 5th round
    — NE has 5 picks in the 6th round
    — SF & Dal have 4 picks in the 6th round
    — Det has 3 picks in the 6th round
    — Den has 3 picks in the 7th round

  9. clipper522 says: Mar 29, 2016 3:00 PM

    The Ravens have to love having 7 picks in the top 135! 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and FOUR 4ths!

  10. thebirdofprey says: Mar 29, 2016 10:39 PM

    1-29- New England (Forfeited For Cheating)

    ———–

    Love it!

  11. ibroxroar67 says: Mar 30, 2016 10:57 AM

    How come the Pats haven’t goy a first round pick?….

  12. bkostela says: Mar 30, 2016 11:54 AM

    Compensatory picks are a sham

  13. shlort says: Mar 31, 2016 11:26 AM

    thebirdofprey, do you not find it odd that 12 years of cheating allegations ha resulted in zero proven cheating? Not even a shred of evidence has been produced. I’m not a Patriots fan, but I am not going to try to justify anything by thinking they cheat, and that cheating makes them win. They win because they have a good staff and players who can play the game plan. That is it.

  14. johngaltwho says: Apr 8, 2016 12:47 AM

    shlort says:
    Mar 31, 2016 11:26 AM
    thebirdofprey, do you not find it odd that 12 years of cheating allegations ha resulted in zero proven cheating?

    spygate

  15. factpurveyor says: Apr 13, 2016 7:34 AM

    The NFL convincing everyone to deny science so they can justify taking away the Patriots draft picks because they win too much is about the same as not keeping score in youth sports. If the Patriots don’t get their draft picks back then please retire the Lombardi trophy and replace it with a participation trophy. For all you haters, there is no glory in your team winning after the NFL intentionally handicaps the Patriots in the next two drafts in the name of league parity.

  16. factpurveyor says: Apr 13, 2016 7:42 AM

    The 1-29- New England pick wasn’t “(Forfeited)” — it was (STOLEN).

  17. factpurveyor says: Apr 13, 2016 9:31 PM

    The integrity of the game will forever be tainted if the Patriots don’t get the stolen draft picks back that were taken after the Patriots were blamed because the pressure of air in footballs is lowered when a football is moved from a warm environment to a much colder one. Like from a 70 degree locker room to a football field that is 49 degrees, as it was during the infamous game. Plus it was raining during that game. Everyone should understand that leather would stretch when wet and shrink with it dries. So if the football stretches slightly when it gets soaked, the pressure inside would drop slightly because the same amount of air is then held in a larger container. Add that PSI drop to the natural PSI drop from the over 20 degree temperature drop and it vindicates the Patriots.

    The integrity of the game should be more important the NFL using weather as an excuse to give 31 teams an advantage in the draft and possibly excluding Brady from playing in 4 games all because the owners of 31 teams feel they can’t beat the Patriots while Brady is the QB and if he was supported by another 1st round draft pick being added to an already talented roster.

  18. factpurveyor says: Apr 13, 2016 9:58 PM

    The integrity of the game will forever be tainted if the Patriots don’t get the stolen draft picks back that were taken after the Patriots were blamed because the pressure of air in footballs is lowered when a football is moved from a warm environment to a much colder one. Like from a 70 degree locker room to a football field that is 49 degrees, as it was during the infamous game. Plus it was raining during that game. Everyone should understand that leather would stretch when wet and shrink with it dries. So if the football stretches slightly when it gets soaked, the pressure inside would drop slightly because the same amount of air is then held in a larger container. Add that PSI drop to the natural PSI drop from the over 20 degree temperature drop and it vindicates the Patriots.

    The integrity of the game should be more important the NFL using weather as an excuse to give 31 teams an advantage in the draft and possibly excluding Brady from playing in 4 games all because the owners of 31 teams feel they can’t beat the Patriots while Brady is the QB and if he was supported by another 1st round draft pick being added to an already talented roster.

    And now for some unknown reason the Patriots have cut Dominique Easley, so they lost their 1st round pick from 2014. So the NFL should be able to give the Patriots back their stolen picks and drop the case to get Brady suspended and the 31 teams will already be happy because they now have a fair chance to beat the Patriots because they won’t have to worry about Dominique Easley rushing their inferior QB’s.

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